The Soft World makes unique custom pieces for special projects for architects and interior designers. Think of felted tapestries, acoustic panels, wall hangings, wall coverings, floor objects and window treatments.

Felt has great architectural possibilities for art & architecture. Natural woolfelt gives the best acoustic benefits in modern architecture. It provides a natural warmth, look and feel in interesting combinations next to cool materials like concrete and glass.

Woolfelt benefits from natural characteristics like being very tactile, natural dirt and fire resistance and the undyed wool is colourfast and warm in winter and cool in summer. The felt is very strong and surprisingly easy to keep beautiful in a natural approach. Synthetic fabrics can’t compare to the comfort of this 100% natural wool product.

As Beatrice Waanders is an interior-design architect from origin, she can be your professional partner in your project. The felt is all handmade and can be made in any size required. The Soft World can deliver the best assembled system for your projects.

 

Art & architecture, Object 2018, Woolcocoon
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WOOLCOCOON, at OBJECT 2018, Rotterdam
Art & architecture, HAIR at BIG ART 2017, Amsterdam
HAIR at BIG ART 2017, Amsterdam
Art & architecture, Route du Nord, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), May 2017 Art & architecture, Route du Nord, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), May 2017
Art & architecture, Route du Nord, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), May 2017 Art & architecture, Route du Nord, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), May 2017
Route du Nord, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), 2017
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Wall tapestries
Town Hall The Hague (The Netherlands), 2015 Town Hall The Hague (The Netherlands), 2015
Town Hall The Hague (The Netherlands), 2015 Town Hall The Hague (The Netherlands), 2015
Town Hall The Hague (The Netherlands), 2015
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Oogenlust, Eersel (The Netherlands), July 2015Oogenlust, Eersel (The Netherlands), July 2015
Oogenlust, Eersel (The Netherlands), 2015